Landini tractors

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  1. nashmach

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    Seeing as we have topics on Fiats, New Holland's and Case IH CVX's, it is no harm to have one on Landini's either.

    This one is quite rare in Ireland and looks like a right weapon!
    http://www.donedeal.ie/view/6547544
     
  2. robbie c

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    Well what a surprise..:whistling:

    One not to far from me on a hedge cutter..
    Was it based on a 2685 or 2725, never got to see one up close..
     
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    think Grass Hopper family had one
     
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    Similar to the 2000 series but different gearbox and backend I do believe.
     
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    There is a 2wd one locally on a hedge cutter too i think, nice big cab on them.

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    I don't have pics or anything, but I remember a couple of Landini's that had their rusty cabs replaced with cabs from a 90 or 94 series David Brown. It was a tidy conversion, and looked well. It's probably 20 years ago now, if not more..

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    Terrible aul tractor [MENTION=1411]nashmach[/MENTION].
     
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    There's one here that's not 3 months old and it's wrecked. Falling apart, exhaust, lights, mirrors, even the cab roof. Never saw a yoke to get so rough so quick
     
  9. diesel power

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    I used to really like the dini's but I've gone right off them in recent times. I don't think their the simple stockmans reliable work horse they were and I don't like the look of the AC ones with the huge Nicky Minaj arse cab on them.
     
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    What, pray tell, is a Nicky Minaj? Is it one of the No Directions?
     
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    Did you never see any of her music videos tc?. She has the largest arse I've ever laid eyes on:scared:. Twould lodge barley ifykwim:D
     
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    Music videos you say? Would she be on Guitar Heroes at the BBC? Or Transatlantic Sessions maybe? Nationwide even? Anyway you're ruining Nash's thread about the Landinis :whistle:
     
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    Not all tc, I'm merely livening it up a tad. Sure their both foreign and used to the sun:D:D
     
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    Blue Thunder ... awkward b**t*rd of a yoke, but cheap power.
     
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    Apparently those 14500 only did 25k on the road.

    I'm inclined to agree with you DP, too much of the McCormick influence now.
     
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    Like I said, wrecked. Not a yoke for multiple drivers anyway :whistle:

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  17. nashmach

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    Siku have really gone downhill:rolleyes:

    I'd blame your daughter's though!
     
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    Some cheek, sure there's not a mark on the Deutz.... or the Massey... :whistle:
     
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    take it u not a fan of minaj. granted is not nice looking on the dini but it wasnt good on the 51 series case. dont mind it on minaj though:thumbup2:
     
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    I think she has arse implants :lol:
     
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    Indeed


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    Worked on a place in the summer of 99 which had a 'fleet' of dinis. Legend 130, 14500, 2*9880's. Oh Nash you would have needed a cold shower every night!!

    The 14500 was as slow as a funeral. Lovely steady tractor they used to romance about her. That's because she never got up enough speed to bounce. Never dipped a rev when hit a hill either for the same reason. Column mounted gearchange if I remember right. Powershift? Not likely.
    I usually drove the Legend which did 28mph with the usual full spec Landini brakes.
     
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    Looking at the DD ad there the one I remember had the door hinging at the back of the cab like the old big Massey's.
     
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    No powershift and column mounted gearchange alright.

    Sounds like that one was a Mark I, that one there is a Mark II.
     
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    Mrs jd6920s was telling me that alright.
    I droped her up to the 02 one night to see her.





    Lads do be the same about them fiat 160-90 ohh sure there's great power in them sure they couldn't go fast enough to slow them :)

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